My Sister and I by J. Jackson Owensby
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At the age of 4, Deena becomes the sexual victim of her step-father and his teen-aged sons. Deena's sister, Starla, at the age of 5, also becomes a victim of the sexually abusive adults. The two girls remain victims of daily sexual abuse, rape and sodomy throughout their childhood and into their young adulthood. Not satisfied with dispoiling the girls, their stepfather allows friends and acquaitances to violate the two children. Chld rape and abuse is a vile, escalating crime in America and there is nothing worse than rape and abuse within the family. Statistics show that one of every four females are abused before they are eighteen. Starla and Deena agreed to relate their grievous stories in order that action may be taken and perhaps in the future other children will not suffer from abusive adults.

About J. Jackson Owensby

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J. Jackson Owensby brings his investigative talents to focus on one of the least publicized and most despicable acts against our most innocent citizens: our children.
Published July 31, 2008 by A-Argus Better Book Publishers, LLC. 226 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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